This modern Christmas Tree Pillow is designed to be displayed in your home year after year, even with changing decor. I love how the simple moss stitch pattern worked on the diagonal has a sort of woven look to it.
This pattern is for the front panel of a pillow cover only. There are instructions at the end of the pattern on how to attach the panel to a fabric pillow cover.
This pattern also creates a gorgeous wall-hanging if you don’t feel called to make a pillow ? While I don’t have instructions for the wall-hanging bit, the pattern does include some photos taken by amazingly creative testers if you need some inspiration.
The pillow cover is crocheted from the bottom up, starting with a small triangle shape which then increases in size as you add rows.
Once the required width is reached stop increasing at the sides.
Once the required height is reached, you stop increasing at the top, and the fill in the 2 corners to create a square.
Crochet panel is 17.5” x 17.5” (to fit an 18” x 18” pillow insert)
- Hook: 4mm (G/6)
- Yarn: Any DK/#3/Light weight yarn
- The amounts given here are for Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK (137m/125yds per 50g skein; Size 3/DK/Light; 100% Cotton)
- Color 1: Champagne White – 350yds – 100g – 2 skeins
- Color 2: Stormy Grey – 70 yds – <50g – 1 skein
Yarn note: This pattern will work equally as well with a worsted weight/#4 yarn and will give you a finished piece of approx. 24” x 24”
- Cushion Cover (approx. 18” x 18”)
- Cushion Insert (18” x 18”)
- Yarn Needle & Stitch markers
Skill Level: Easy
Design by: Sarah Ruane from Ned & Mimi.